The 98 rooms come in several categories: 40 standard rooms, 46 Deluxe rooms, 4 Executive rooms, 2 Junior suites and a Presidential suite. The difference between the two first categories is the size and the quiet they provide (the latter being close to the roof and thus quieter, but they don't afford much of a view!). All the standard rooms overlook the street.
The rooms include a plasma screen TV (with 14 channels), double-glazing (not always sufficient), a kettle with tea and coffee, an electronic safe, individual air conditioning, a phone, and an iron with an ironing board.
The bathrooms include a bathtub, a three-paned mirror, a sink built into black granite, bathrobes (upon request), scales (in the superior rooms), a hair dryer and welcome toiletries from the "White Company". The Deluxe rooms are functional and very comfortable with wall-to-wall carpet and parquet floors, soft bedding (red, cream and light green), wooden headsboard, reading lights and a small old fashioned radio (Robert's): the interior seems to have been designed for business travellers. The other rooms are a lot more romantic and were our favourite. Classy and cosy, they include nice velvet sofas, a large mirror with a painted wooden frame, a fabric-upholstered headboard, etc. The walls are decorated with plant patterns. Wooden figurines add a particular touch to the already unique atmosphere of the rooms. There is a menu that offers a selection of pillows. Room service is available 24 hours a day.